|—||Ibn al-Qayyim, Al-fawaa’id [no.53] (via to-salsabeel)|
bodies, while their souls rested in the higher spiritual spheres.
Imam Ali (as), describing the earnest souls
Ibid. Hikam, No. 147
Branches do not remain green nor flowers bloom forever in the garden.
|—||Mian Muhammad Baksh (via aestheticintrovert)|
Falling away from Him feels heavy. It weighs down until even getting out of bed is a struggle, let alone standing for prayer. The believers are light, as if their bodies are suspended from heaven. They walk lightly upon the earth, speak softly, and hardly leave a trace. Even when their time comes and we carry their bodies to the grave, it is as if someone else is holding all their weight.
|—||Khalil Jibran (via thelittlephilosopher)|
|—||Unknown (via wesleepwedream)|
|—||Imam Omar Suleiman (via nargessi)|
That cares not about whom it falls upon…
|—||Talib al Habib, Al-Habib (via nargessi)|
A blind man once said…